Three of our best NME photographers proudly represented their Nikon cameras last night, shooting all the star-studded areas at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas.
This year's big bash took place in the wonderful setting of the O2 Academy Brixton in South London - even the weather couldn't dampen the party spirit.
The venue's opulent entrance hall served as the red carpet area for the guests of honour.
There was plenty of Red Stripe on offer to keep the VIPs and punters alike hydrated - responsibly, of course.
Here's one of our Nikon snappers capturing the stage in the calm before the storm.
A set of Nikon camera equipment sits pride of place alongside one of our iconic awards statues.
Here's Rat Boy and friends showing off their artistic skills during one of the rare moments that they were actually sat down at their table.
Here's Hugo White of The Maccabees proudly accepting the award for Best British Band on behalf of his bandmates.
Slaves' Laurie Vincent was next to take the artistic test - if the finished product was anything like his style of tattoos, then it was certainly going to be eye-catching.
One of the stand-out moments of the night came when Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes invaded Coldplay's table during the band's performance of 'Happy Song'.
Laurie and The Libertines drummer Gary Powell got cosy during the festivities.
Oli Sykes also leapt into the crowd during BMTH's performance - it was certainly a memorable moment.
Don't forget your free goodie bag, folks! Rockstars love a freebie.